Macallan Sienna
The 1824 Series

70cl / 43%
  • Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
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Macallan Sienna / The 1824 Series
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The second-darkest whisky in Macallan's 1824 Series, comprising of naturally coloured whiskies selected by hue and flavour. This has been matured in sherry casks and balances rich dried-fruit sweetness with some lighter, spicier notes.
Distillery Bottling
1824 Series


  • Body
  • Richness
  • Smoke
  • Sweetness


  • Cinnamon Cinnamon
  • Apple Apple
  • Honey Honey
  • Toffee Toffee

Macallan Sienna Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Tasting Notes by Stuart P

    Nose: Fruit cake topped with demerara sugar, Toffee Crunch bars, some crème brûlée dusted with cocoa, plus honeyed fruit.

    Palate: Rich sponge cake dipped in honey, with brioche, toffee, cinnamon and fresh notes of Braeburn apple. Rich, decadent mouthfeel.

    Finish: Rich and sweet, but not cloying, with the honeyed fruit and spice pepping things up.

    Comment: Classy stuff, with that trademark Macallan dried fruit and spice.

6 Customer Reviews

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  • 3
    2 days ago

    Just not worth the money. Priced lower and it would be an OK drink. But it's just not refined enough to command such a price.

  • 5
    12 October

    This is the best of the 1824 Series in my opinion. The Ruby is a little nicer, but I always factor in price when reviewing a bottle, and this is the best value. The Gold and Amber are not as nice as the 12 year old, and thus not worth buying.

  • 3
    13 August 2014

    Actually much better than old 12 yo sherry wood and probably about the same age. Still, overpriced like all new Macallans.

  • 3
    23 June 2014

    The newer sherried Macallans all seem to have a tinge of bitterness comapred to the classic sherry Macallan 12 / 18 year olds from the early 2000's. Nonetheless, still a pleasant dram.

  • 27 December 2013

    Modern made Macallan with a massive dryness and hints of sour red currants. Somewhere between the classic 12 yo. Sherry Oak and 18 yo. Fine Oak. Not bad at all, but Macallan used to be better in past times.

  • 7 October 2013

    Richer in taste and longer in finish than the Amber version but lacking the nose of its cheaper sibling. I tried blending a little of both but the result, IMO was lesser than each one on their own. Both are delicious.